Part 804p – Smith Groh Genealogy – 1866 Baptism and Death – Louis Ligroi Parisé – Port Daniel, Bonaventure, Québec, Canada

25 November 2012

Good Day,

And sometimes I become quite bored with my writing and researching and searching of genealogy. At times I not sure if I am really accomplishing anything… But then again at other times I know that I am, all-things-being-equal, on the right trail to discover the misplaced secrets of ancestors. And today is one of those days that I do not feel like writing. But I know I've got to keep jotting down the results of my search and research.

According to Natalie Goldberg, in her book “Writing Down the Bones” she writes “What does matter is that whatever amount of time you choose, (to write), for that session, you must commit yourself to it and for that full period:

1. Keep your hand moving. (In my case my fingers on the keyboard.)

2. Don’t cross out.

3. Don’t worry about spelling, punctuation, grammar.

4. Lose control.

5. Don’t think. Don’t get logical.

6. Go for the jugular.


Obviously these rules are not applicable to the final writing but they do certainly help when I commit myself and start to write.

Well here I go with the next installment of my search and research of the Parisé Family Line. My question in my previous post, Part 803p, was “Did gggg-grandfather Timothée Parisé and his first wife Julienne (née Chapados) have a child during their short time of marriage?” And the answer is yes. They did have a son, Louis Ligroi Parisé, who was born 29 June 1866. Louis Ligroi Parisé would have been CK’s half-ggg-granduncle.

I also discovered that Louis Ligroi Parisé passed way, in Port Daniel, Quebec, shortly after his birth on 15 August 1866. He would have been a month-and-a-half old.

Here, from The Drouin Collection, the Baptism Registration of St. Georges Parish.




1855
A
1890

Port-Daniel
Cte Bonaventure
Qué

Paroisse
St Georges

Régistres
Photographies
a la
Paroisse

Soixante dix huitieme feuille

B. 38
Ls. Ligroi
Parisé
P.D.

Le sept Juillet mil huit cent soixante six
nous prêtre soussigné; avons baptisé Louis
Ligroi, né le vingt-neuf Juin dernier
du légitime mariage de Thimothée Pa-
risé, pêcheur et cultivateur; et de Julienne
Chapados, de cette paroisse. Parrain:
Ambroise Parisé; marraine: Elizabeth
Chapados qui n'ont su signer non _____ le père.

N. Lévesque _____


My attempted translation –

1855
to
1890

Port-Daniel
Bonaventure County
Quebec

Parish
St Georges

Registers
photographed
of the
Parish

Seventy eighth leaf

B. 38
Ls. Ligroi
Parisé
P.D.

On 7 July one thousand eight hundred and sixty-six
we the undersigned priest, have baptized Louis
Ligroi, born June 29 last of
the legitimate marriage of Timothy Pa-
izé, fisherman and farmer, and Julienne
Chapados, of this parish. Godfather:
Ambrose Parisé; Godmother Elizabeth
Chapados who failed to sign non _____ father.

N. Lévesque _____


And from The Drouin Collection, the Burial Registration of St. Georges Parish.




1855
A
1890

Port Daniel
Cte Bonaventure
Qué

Paroisse
St. Georges

Régistres
Photographies
a la
Paroisse

S.13
Ls. Ligroi
Parisé
P.D.

Le seize Août mil huit cent soixante-six,
nous prêtre soussigné, avons inhumé dans
Le cimetière de cette paroisse, Le corps de
Louis Ligroi, fils de Thimothée Parisé, et de
défunte Julienne Chapados décédé l'avant-veille
en cette paroisse, à l'âge de un mois et demi.
Présents: Moise Chapados, et Isaac Parisé
qui n'ont de signer.

N. Lévesque


My attempted translation -

1855
to
1890

Port Daniel
County Bonaventure
Quebec

parish
St. Georges

Registers
photographed
of the
parish

S.13
Ls. Ligroi
Parisé
P.D.

The 16 August one thousand eight hundred and sixty-six
we the undersigned priest, have buried in
this Parish Cemetery, the body
Ligroi Louis, son of Timothy Parisé and
Julienne Chapados died late the night before
in this parish, at the age of one month and a half.
Present: Chapados Moses, and Isaac Parisé
who have signed.


N. Lévesque


A sad occasion and succession of events, gggg-grandfather Timothée Parisé lost his young wife, Julienne (née Chapados) after not even one year of marriage. Subsequently one month later his only and very young son Louis Ligroi passes away. Two heartbreaks, one right after another, when gggg-grandfather Timothée was just about 27 years old.

A year later, on 20 August 1867 gggg-grandfather Timothée Parisé marries gggg-grandmother Catherine (née Grenier). See Part 800gp.

Stay tuned for what comes next.

Enjoy,

Jim

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